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October 27, 2016

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3A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thu~y, Ottol~r 27, 2016 Thursday. Ocl~ef 27, 2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B Alexander named CJCCC Rota.~ student of the month Erin Alexander, a sophomore at Ctotr,:l County Community College, II~S ~ e~ flamed Rolaty student of I]~I~ month for October. Erin was nominated by Cloud County staff and faculty Lnd ~elected from a group of peers to reeei' e the recognition. She attende~ Washington County High Sclmol iu~ is studying biology with an emphasis in pre-med. A starter on the women's basketball learn, Erin broke tim college's -qi time record for bhx:ked shots last season and was one of theteam' stop ~vrtrs as a freshman. "With 'Erin',s challenging cuurm load and training schedule, site has little lime fur an ything else and she still maintains rno~ than a 3,8 grade Imint average,'* said Amanda Mocaby. di- rector of workforcc development at CCCC, Erin is the daughter of Wiley and Bert Alexander, Waahingtou, and, the granddaughter of Doris Alexander, Mankato. DAR membem refit, address thank-you letters to veterans Desire-Tobey Scars DAR Daugh- tersmet Oct. l I, at St. Te[esa's Church basement for 1heir regular monthly meeting, Daughters were busy at this meetingaddJressing and writing thank- yous to veterans from tba Cawker Ci'~y. Downs and Hunter area.~, Mere than 150 were written and, sent, along with a ffigde.magnel showing our a pprecia- lion fur their sacrifice, Plans were made to participate in Veteran Day festivities in am" ment- bership area. Members from the Cawker City and Hum r area will at- tend a lnnchgt, n in honor tff veterans from that area, while ~veral will par- ticipate in the Beloit parade, then sev- eral daughlers will help atzd participate in the Rock Hills program fl~r the vet- erans at Lhe high ~hool. At this pro- gram a patriotic quilt will be given by this chapter. Several members front the Be:IdyLlic area will participate in the parade and program at the Blair "lhcater I- honor vclera|t~, |'P.~111 that area. ThN group will be spread om hut ~l)t~ld be e~'er preen1 as a rentinder cff tile palrJ ors who SaCl-[ficetl :~c. Ilia kg thi~ COl, nu~ty a free deltt=m'rat.'y. Next month's meeting will be Nov. 2 I. at fi:30 p.m al St. Tere,a's Church basement, m discvs~ sehtdan~hips and gc~tgi till/ca awards lit you art taler- eared in joining ~his Lzroup, contact Sherry Koster or Brenda Dooley Jewell, Correctitm This newspaper reported the Ring- ball game betwee. a St. Johns-Tipton and Rock Hills would be played today (Thu[sday) at B.eloit This is incorrect. The game wi|l be played at 7 p.m. at Grizzly Field in Mankat~. This is the last game of the regular football season and the opportunity to may= on to bi- di*Wiet play hinges on a win for either Rock Hills or St. Joh -ts-Tipton. Jewell #u~4, =,-y discusses 'Adopt a Veteran' program Auxiliary to Jewcll County Memo- rim Post No. 7830 met at the Post Home in Mankalo on Oct. l I, with SMm'i J ffedy. president, calling the meeting m order with ight members pres=at. Mingles and treasurer's reporl wex read and approved. A letter from the department p~-'sidenl was read as well as a thank you from Roy Ak'om for the cam package that was ~nt by the Auxiliary. J'effery reported tl~ Auxiliary will be helping wJ, th the Veterans Day pro- gram and will r,-eed assistance handing cat flags to the public and putting boutonnieres on veterans atttmding. Loreita Dunstaa ~ad aletterfrom Ethel Ma~ke, dept. hospitaZ chair, and a ~- lecti0n from Veterans Voices. Kate=, Btv len reminded everyone to gel out and vote. Bock~ al~ reported lI~ A =x. iliaW now has 1130 percent member- ship, Phyllis Christie reported that she has taken scholarship information on Voiceof Democracy and Patno~'s Pea m the scht~fl ~d th Voice of Demc, c- racy infomtation to Bethany R0 . Jeft~ry discussed the new Adopt a Vetcrart program, which encourages contact with a vemran by S ll.din~ c mls. driving the veteran to medical apF~i hi- meats vr helping with groceries, what- ever is nodded. Jeffe~ reported that the auxiliary will be parficipatiut: in Santa's Workshop and helping ,wrap packages fin Pa~nzs as Tea~.'her~. She will ~ Flying a prt~gram on the t]ag to the Btt)" Scoub Jell;ely a]'.a.~ rel~ =fled tha'~ xhc ,s It~=k. ins into gelLing a dr~potfl~x for ~,orn vr ustxl fl;q:~ to ~1 In~l,|[lc%t b.',' the VI:W Post Home. She Itq~ I;LIk~.xl go Matthew Rai]sl~acL lhe ~'h4~td ,hop teacher. ;rod student, may he aisLe to build a ntetai Ixrx. The Au silted wtmld be respornsihte only for the taxi of E Thursday afternoon the fall weather was peaec~ for playing out of doors. These children posed lor a piclure on the lawn al T0ri Ja(~obs daycare in Mankalo with the daycare's lawn display o~P pitting a Halloween scene, Pictured (from lell ) are Gage and Aml-,er Todd, Maverick Becket. Tori materials. Jeffery i~ to meet with Mankam City Council Nov, g Io get approval. The charter was draped for Nolo Bess Atwood, a life member who died Sept. 26. The US 36 garage sale went well and the money is to benefit the auxiliary's Frograms. Donations were made to it the Ix~sili~,es c~[ tx.'longing tt.'t. Li fed- erat,:d cluh Karen M;,lte~orl ondu lctl lilt.' inc ling. Roll tall was an hweted v. ill~ a ~,~tin~ exlx'riei| e. It ~;l~ WI~WtL'd the fire h)drallt~, hind IK-e,1 '~aiqted and Nevad;t Vcttc,' ~tas th',ntk~:d t~.~r tur- ni Im,g the paint. An ;qlne,ldtnent h> the hy-[t~a x Lath:luSt the n~-'eling